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...Beat Generation In April 1951 Jack Kerouac wrote “On the Road”. This autobiography is written as a tributary of consciousness as well as based on the impulsive road trips of Kerouac along with his friends across mid-century America. It is often thought of as an important work of the postwar Beat Generation that was motivated by jazz, poetry, and drug experiences. Jack Kerouac came up with the phrase “Beat generation” and he was well known both positively as well as negatively as a “beatnik” writer for the majority of his short but productive career. Response to “On the Road” has been fairly miscellaneous; the novel has been called the whole lot from disjointed nonsense to pure genius... . The...
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Beat Literature
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...Beat Literature Analysis 'The Howl' is a poem by Allen Ginsberg while 'On the Road' is a story by Jack Kerouac. These pieces of work have become a part of the canon of 'beat' literature. In order to understand how, this paper will first understand beat literature as well as the beat generation before going on to define the basis on which the literature discussed in this paper can be described as beat literature. For this, the paper will compare both pieces of work in terms of certain elements that form a part of beat literature. To begin with, the term 'beat generation' gained momentum during 1950 and 1960. They originated as a group of American writers who took to modern... The Howl and On the Road...
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Beat Generation
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...Beat generation, “Moloch the loveless” (II. 3): Moloch whose mind is pure machinery! Moloch whose blood is running money! Moloch whose fingers are ten armies! Moloch... Allen Ginsbergs “Howl The Cry of Consciousness Transformed In his introductory “Apologia of Selection” to Selected Poems 1947-1995, Allen Ginsberg notes that the “original task was to widen the area of consciousness, make pragmatic examination of the texture of consciousness, even somewhat transform consciousness”(xix) [emphasis added]. “Howl” as Ginsberg maintains, has its “own charisma” and needs “no explanation for inclusion” (xvii) in this volume of poems chosen by the poet himself. An analysis of the poem makes clear that the...
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Beat by Dre
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...BEATS BY DRE Contents Contents 2 Executive Summary 2 Background 3 Introduction 4 Porter Five Forces Analysis 4 Purpose of the Porter Five Forces Analysis 5 Business Benefit of the Porter Five Forces 5 Porters Five Forces Of the Premium Headphones Market 5 Threat of New Entrants 5 Supplier Power 6 Threat of Substitution 6 Buyer Power 6 Competitive Rivalry 6 Marketing Mix used by Beats by Dre 7 Ansoff Growth Matrix 8 Purpose of the Ansoff Growth Matrix 9 Business Benefits to Beats 9 Strategies That Beats Have Adopted Over Time to both Expand and Survive 9 Conclusion 10 Reference List 10 Executive...
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The Beat Generation and the Sixties
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...Beat Generation and the Sixties The 1950s is often seen as the ‘calm before the storm’, a decade of relative peace and prosperity between the Second World War and the social revolution of the sixties. It was a time of domestic tranquility and social stability where most Americans were focused on raising families in the period of relative prosperity. However, within this calm, the seeds for the cultural and social revolution of the 1960s were sown, in the form of the Beat generation. The Beat generation was post World War II youth, especially writers, who were prominent in the 1950s. The generation and the literature that it developed has been extensively debated by academics and journalists... ?The Beat...
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Mother Jones vs. The Beat Within
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...Beat Within vs. Mother Jones Introduction Publications may come in many forms and purposes. Two published journals, The Beat Within and Mother Jones are not any different. On the surface, these published journals have striking similarities, but on the whole they have more differences than similarities. Aside from the outright difference in the age of their writers and the type of write-ups and contents, there is more to be said between these two publications. The Publications The Beat Within is a San Francisco literary magazine that started in 1996 and is published by San Francisco's Pacific News Service. It comes out weekly and includes essays, poems and art done by young people in prison... The Beat...
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The Beat Within vs. Mother Jones
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...Beat Within vs. Mother Jones Introduction Publications may come in many forms and purposes. Two published journals, The Beat Within and Mother Jones are not any different. On the surface, these published journals have striking similarities, but on the whole they have more differences than similarities. Aside from the outright difference in the age of their writers and the type of write-ups and contents, there is more to be said between these two publications. The Publications The Beat Within is a San Francisco literary magazine that started in 1996 and is published by San Francisco’s Pacific News Service. It comes out weekly and includes essays, poems and art done by young people in prison...
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Beat Generation. On the Road Jack Kerouac
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...beat generation has been described as “the most influential cultural and political countermovement of the 20th century America” (Wagner, 5). The possibilities of living outside the ‘normal’ life provided the beat generation writers with their ultimate exotica (Wagner, 10). This ‘other’ life was personified through physical and spiritual expressions like drugs, madness, holiness, music, culture and sexuality. To put the ethos and aesthetics of the beat generation in a single sentence, they “sought knowledge through experience, especially experience from the underside of life” (Wagner, 12). The works of these authors had an “unstructured style and unconventional language, (meant... ?Introduction The beat...
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Beat Generation in Kerouac's On the Road
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...beat generation has been described as “the most influential cultural and political countermovement of the 20th century America” (Wagner, 5). The possibilities of living outside the ‘normal’ life provided the beat generation writers with their ultimate exotica (Wagner, 10). This ‘other’ life was personified through physical and spiritual expressions like drugs, madness, holiness, music, culture and sexuality. To put the ethos and aesthetics of the beat generation in a single sentence, they “sought knowledge through experience, especially experience from the underside of life” (Wagner, 12). The works of these authors had an “unstructured style and unconventional language, (meant... Introduction The beat...
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Let the Beat Build by Nyle
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...Beat Build’ with a sense of raw energy that has made the song even more tantalizing to the ears of music lovers all over the world. The very thoughts that went into the production and planning of the music video are mesmerizing. The entire video, along with the audio, was recorded in a single take and truly makes people appreciate the kind of effort and work that has gone into the 4 minute production. This paper helps to provide an insight regarding the band, the vocalists and instruments, as well as the thoughts and ideas behind this very music video. Most... 11 July Assignment Nyle is a new age singer full of enthusiasm and zing and they have been able to reprise a version of Lil Wayne’s ‘Let the Beat ...
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The Beat Generation & The Hippie Movement
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...Beat Generation & the Hippie Movement When we talk about youth protest movements inAmerica, the hippies and the 1960s come into our heads at once. But the fact is that the sixties witnessed only the second wave of youth revolts and student revolutions that have irrevocably changed the world. However, the first youth upheavals - clumsy, without any clear program, but rough and wild, began in the 1950s and paved the way for the successors. The Beat Generation as a cultural phenomenon clearly manifested itself in the early and mid 1950s. Kerouac, who coined the term, stated that it derives from the word “beatitude” – beat and attitude – attitude towards life of an anti... English Literature 09 April The...
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High-Poverty Schools That Beat The Odds
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...BEAT THE ODDS There is a close link between poverty and reading achievement. performance in the end-of-grade literacy tests in schools can be predicted fairly accurately if one knows the number of students qualifying for free and subsidized lunches". However some schools have proved this wrong. Patricia M. Cunningham investigated the factors that allowed some schools to "beat the odds". The research was done through observation, interviews and an 'important-factors' survey. The schools surveyed catered to different ethnic groups, with the number of children "qualifying for free lunches ranging between 68 to 98 percent". The six schools surveyed had fared well... SCHOOLS THAT BEAT THE ODDS There is a...
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How to beat an incumbent congress member in an election
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...beat an incumbent congress member in an election for the following reasons: they enjoy “perks” of Office in form of budget allotment which is used to hire sizable staff to aid their campaigns both in Washington and in their states or districts. Travel allowance makes it easier for them to tour their constituencies. This “perks” also allow them an advantage of periodically sending postage-free announcements or letters to their constituents. Other advantages include sufficient time for campaigns as it is in line with their vocation, they are more visible thanks to mentions in mass media or frequent appearances in newspapers and radio/TV shows. Partisanship politics is likely... It is hard to beat an...
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Comparison of Mother Jones and The Beat Within Magazines
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...Beat Within Magazines This comparison was conducted looking at the online versions ofMother Jones (September/October 2005 and back issues), a bi-monthly magazine and The Beat Within (September 7, 2005), a weekly magazine. Mother Jones focuses mainly on the wrongs done to society. The Beat Within is for and about incarcerated juveniles, calling itself "A weekly publication of writing and art from the inside". Both magazines make injustice the main issue but in very different ways. The Mother Jones covers are similar to mainstream magazines in cover content; each issue has a new drawing/photograph similar to those found on the covers of The New Yorker, Time, or Life... Comparison of Mother Jones and The...
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...A White Woman's Need to Control Black 'Manhood LeRoi Jones's Dutchman America in the 1960s was an arena of racial and communal conflict. LeRoi Jones explores this volatile situation in his play Dutchman(1964) through the words, actions and interactions of Lula and Clay who, at first glance, might seem to be rather obvious representations of either side of the racial divide. A closer examination of the play, and more specifically, of three of Lula's statements, reveals a larger complexity. It seems apparent that Lula's ill-intentioned but seemingly motiveless targeting of Clay is perhaps the result of a combination of three factors-her hatred of blacks, her antipathy to manhood, and her... White Woman's ...
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The Writers of the Beat Generation and their Role in Rebellion and Reflection
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...Beat Generation and their Role in Rebellion and Reflection Research Plan and Preliminary Autobiography Professor: Date: The purpose of this paper is to look at the revolutionary nature of the Beat Generation, particularly the writers from this period in American history, and consider the way in which these writers presented views that were controversial. In addition, the paper will consider the ways that the writers spurred on rebellion within their environment, which had previously been subject to high levels of censorship. My approach to examining this topic will consist of multiple aspects. The first aspect will be to examine literature and research that has been done on this time... ? The of the Beat ...
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Deep analyze the poem--They beat their drums in The Book of South
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...Beat Their Drums “ ID: “They Beat Their Drums” is an ancient Chinese poem that speaks both of historical events and of happenings that are of a personal nature to the narrator. The literal meaning of the poem follows a man who was part of a war and who returns home. This can be seen through the strong imagery of war in the first part of the poem, the use of a marriage vow in the fourth stanza, and the narrator’s despair at their bond being broken. However, the literal elements of a poem are only one way of examining the meaning of the words, and meaning can be determined through a deep analysis of different aspects of the poem. The poem makes use of inconsistent approaches... ? Sadness and War in “They...
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What do Howl and On the Road have in common What specific features make them part of the canon of beat literature
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...Beat Literature Analysis ‘The Howl’ is a poem by Allen Ginsberg while ‘On the Road’ is a story by Jack Kerouac. These piecesof work have become a part of the canon of ‘beat’ literature. In order to understand how, this paper will first understand beat literature as well as the beat generation before going on to define the basis on which the literature discussed in this paper can be described as beat literature. For this, the paper will compare both pieces of work in terms of certain elements that form a part of beat literature. To begin with, the term ‘beat generation’ gained momentum during 1950 and 1960. They originated as a group of American writers who took to modern... The Howl and On the Road Beat...
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Write a CRITICAL essay examining Beat Poetry by analyzing the work of at least two authors associated with this school of poetry
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...Beat Poetry Beat poetry refers to the spoken-word performances that were created by associates of the popular postwar movement known as beat generation. Some of the authors associated with beat generation include Jack Kerouac, William S. Borroughs, and Allen Ginsberg. The beat generation was much concerned about changing consciousness in the poetry writing styles during 1940s. They came up with poetry writing styles that defied conventional writing (Caruaru 98). Several drugs were used by the beat generation members. Such drugs included alcohol, bhang, morphine and other psychedelic drugs....
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A comparative study on the effect of different chemicals on Daphnia heart beat
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...beats Daphnia magna (water flea) is a small freshwater crustacean existing in different environments such as in lakes, rivers, and streams. Daphnia is frequently used in a bioassay to investigate the effect of a chemical on the living organism. Daphnia magna is the best model to assess the effect of toxicity on the venous and cardiac systems, as many experiments have been carried out to prove the effects of chemical components on both Daphnia magna and human heart rates. Grant (2000), reports that Daphnia has a similar pharmacological response to humans with cardiac glycoside. Therefore, Daphnia and humans experience similar... ? A comparative study on the effect of different chemicals on Daphnia heart...
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Brand Management ,Some of the major brands supply products to be used for private labels in addition to their own products. This approach is often labelled as if you cant beat them, join them strategy. This strategy, however, is heavily criticize
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...beat them, join them philosophy which underpins the production of private label products for distribution in conjunction with sale of their own name-brand products. There is considerable debate offered by marketing professionals that this strategy can produce negative outcomes and essentially erode the brand power of name brands produced by this dual-production company. This essay explores whether private label sales by companies offering major brands is viable... The viability of major brands supplying private label products BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE HERE The viability of major brands supplying privatelabel products Companies that produce major, recognised brands often adopt the if you can’t beat the...
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Jack Kerouac
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...Beat Movement Introduction In the postwar era (1950s), history chronicled that this period has seen the growth of the economic and political landscape of America. Hence, the rise of materialism and conformity was also a form of liberation from the war and the Great Depression. However, a diminutive society of poets and writers sparked a movement that challenged the traditional values during that era. Jack Kerouac, together with other writers, created the Beat Movement through their literary pieces and lifestyle. This paper then aims to discuss the reasons why the Beat Generation rejects middle class American expectation of conformity based on the literary work... ?On The Road: Jack Kerouac and the Beat...
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Reaction to Jack Kerouac's novel On the Road
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...beat generation of poets and novelists. From Onthe Road, what does beat mean and how did the novel establish the style and genre? The Beat Generation The novel is written in a backdrop of a youthful age group who were in a quest for importance and meaning beyond the conventional worldview. These were youth who were confused in the conflict that their world was facing at that point and time and they just wanted to find their own way and their own identity. John Clellon Holmes expresses that the Beat generation always seemed occupied in feverish activities which were sometimes stupid. Al these activities were however meant to try and answer one constant... ? of Jack Kerouac is a central figure in the beat...
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...beat generation The beat generation The beat generation was a group of new cultural and literal movement in America who emerged after the World War II. They became more prominent in the 1950’s with their new cultural phenomenon. The beat generation was a product of questioning the materialism and the reappraisal of the conventional structures of the society that was evident after the World War II. They railed against the stifling prudery of their parents’ generation. The adjective ‘beat’ The term ‘beat’ refer to the new culture that came with the beat generation characterized by rejection of received standards, innovation style, experimentation with drugs, alternative sexualities, interest... The beat...
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Poetry final examination questions
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...Beat... 1) In his compilation of poetry, California Poetry: From The Gold Rush to The Present Dana Gioia's definition of California poetry includes only the work of poets who are either native born and raised here or writers who have spent at least half of their lives in the state. The editors have also excluded California born poets who have left the state, like Michael Harper and Ron Silliman. The only exceptions have been made for two significant California born poets, Lawson Fusao Inada, and Robert Mc Dowell, who currently live in organ's southernmost country, which historically in part of California and in fact never formally seceded. I think this residency requirement captures the authentic...
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Reading Discussion
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...Beat, n.p). However, it is apparent that FDI can bring considerable changes in the sectors of technology, employment, economic growth and consumer empowerment. It is also a concern that the Indian farmers are not reaping substantial benefits from their produce because of the corrupt intermediaries and inadequate cold storage facilities... . The introduction of the FDI will help with alleviating the above raised concern and improve the livelihoods of the farmers, influencing the economic development (The Hitchers Beat, n.p). Contrarily, the opponents of the FDI involvement suggest that the strategy would make the US to control the foreign investment through their raised quota...
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Explore how Bob Dylan portrays transient figures in Like a Rolling Stone, and discuss how these portrayals contribute to t
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...Beat movement in the 1950's and 1960's in America, which were heavily influenced by the tenets of Eastern mysticism and European romanticism. The year 1965 represented a turning point and evolution in the American counter-culture movement, changing from being a minority, underground experience to becoming a mainstream, commercial event with the advent of rock’n’roll. The Beat Movement as represented by Kerouac, Ginsburg, Burroughs, and many... ?Topic: Explore how Bob Dylan portrays transient figures in “Like a Rolling Stone,” and discuss how these portrayals contribute to the central message of the song. The lyrics of Bob Dylan's classic song "Like a Rolling Stone" are based in the philosophy of the Beat ...
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IN the poem Theodore Roethe's My Papa's Waltz Choose a significant word and find 3 different definitions and relate their uses back to the poem
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...beat time on my head With a palm caked hard by dirt, Then waltzed me off to bed Still clinging to your shirt. Student name Instructor name Course name Date The Concept of ‘Beat’ in Theodore Roethke’s “My Papa’s Waltz” The art of poetry is more than the simple ability to rhyme end words and maintain a specific meter while still writing lines that make sense... My Papas Waltz The whiskey on your breath Could make a small boy dizzy; But I hung on like death: Such waltzing was not easy. We romped until the pans Slid from the kitchen shelf; My mothers countenance Could not unfrown itself. The hand that held my wrist Was battered on one knuckle; At every step you missed My right ear scraped a buckle. You beat ...
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Howl: Ginsberg
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...beat literature movement. The text itself was originally written as a performance piece and only later published in written form; this is reflected in the work’s lyrical and performative structure. Still, the work remains complex and richly textured. The poem is divided in three sections, each with prominent thematic concerns. This essay examines Ginsberg’s Howl as it relates to historical, political, and social contexts. From the very first lines... ?Howl: Ginsberg While the epic poem has generally been relegated to Greek antiquity, one of the most prominent 20th century literary works is Allen Ginsberg’s Howl. Published in 1955 the work is Ginsberg’s greatest, and one of the seminal texts of the beat...
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Summary and reflection of an Article
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...beat. These fans do not prefer attending games with very tough teams that may beat the teams they support or matches where the possibility of a draw is high. Home team supporters usually attend matches where they feel that the likelihood of their teams beating the opponents is much higher than their team losing or drawing. These uncertainty issues have been contributing to the competitive imbalance that has been quite common in English football. The authors... Summary and Reflection Summary According to the article, research has shown that football fans, particularly supporters of English Premier League (EPL) teams, prefer to see their teams battle it out with teams that they find inferior and easy to...
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Laleh Bakhtiar novel translation of the statement: Will it be accepted by Muslim believers
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...beat them; then if they obey you, do not seek a way against them” (Quoran, 4.34). In reading the Arabic-English Lexicon by Edward William Lane, a 3,064-page volume from the 19th century, she found that the definitions for “daraba” was “to go away” (Macfarquhar, 2007). She translated it as when... Laleh Bakhtiar novel translation of the ment that deals with husband-wife relations: Will it be accepted by Muslim believers? Laleh Bakhtiar stirred controversy when she had a novel translation of the Quoranic verse daraba which is commonly interpreted as “Men are the maintainers of women….and (as to) those on whose part you fear desertion, admonish them, and leave them alone in the sleeping-places and beat...
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The song: Its Still Rock and Roll to Me by Billy Joel (2:53)
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...beats, and an electric bass guitar and electric piano. In the beginning of the song, a drum beat is heard. The beat used is a blues rhythm that has been accentuated with a backbeat. The beats tend to pulse of the song. The latter is provided by a snare drum. The song is introduced with a deep male vocal sound that submits to the rhythm of the instruments. The drum kit is followed with two electric guitars (one... The Song: It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me by Billy Joel (2:53) It is still Rock and Roll to Me is a popular song sang by Billy Joel and emerged from United States. This music has started in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The song was sung in a deep instrument lead of piano and saxophone, drum...
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Ways of a DJ
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...beat matching. There are a number of things DJs must consider when beat matching. One of the most overarching considerations when choosing which records to match is the drumbeat. The drumbeat is highly important, as it is this element that most dominantly influences dancing within the club ("mahola"). Another prominent consideration relates to the song’s introduction and conclusion. These elements are referred to as the ‘intro’ and ‘outro’. These elements are highly important as they allow the DJ to find unique or seamless elements in combing songs. While the ‘outro’ generally refers to the song’s ending, it is also possible for a song... ?Ways of a DJ There are a number of considerations that must be...
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...Beat Generation The word ‘beat’ generation in this context is used to mean an unrewarding generation of many young people who are continuously being lost in the world of drug use and abuse. As the author puts it, it implies someone who is used, who does weird things, one who does things as if they were not conscious. The members are characterized by impulsivity, having been brought up during a time of depression, they actually uphold individualism as opposed to collectivity. The girl mentioned in paragraph one is a marijuana user at eighteen years and does not hesitate talking about it with a reporter. Looking in her eyes you couldn’t actually tell that...
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Understanding the APA Format write an article
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...Beat the Odds Data: In his article, Nick Wingfield explains the preparations in place for the new second Apple store (Fifth Avenue Store) in Manhattan located at the General Motors Building plaza. The Fifth Avenue Store is the company’s 147th store (Wingfield, 2006). Wingfield (2006) provides some of the building strategies used to attract the customers to the store. These strategies are as a result of Steve Job’s creativity in building designs. Wingfield (2006) further explains the secret towards the success of Apple Stores in making more sales compared to other retail openings in the same market. He describes some of the laid strategies used by the company to achieve... How Apple’s Store Strategy Beat...
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Malcolm Gladwell's David and Goliath presentation
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...beat goliath. This literary context is applicable in commercial settings that Gladwell demonstrates with business case studies... Malcolm Gladwell’s “David and Goliath” Presentation Malcolm Gladwell’s “David and Goliath” Presentation Gladwell uses context to communicate his analysis of the biblical account of David by explaining how size is not the upper in a competitive or demanding situation. More specifically, the presentation considers David’s physical size and traditional weapon competitive advantage over the giant Goliath.1 Through this contrast, Gladwell shows how people underestimate the significance of agility and speed the same way the Israelites and Palestinians doubted David’s ability to beat ...
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Atrial Fibrillation
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...beats in one minute. This rhythmic beat of the heart occurs owing to the passage of electrical currents through the heart causing the heart muscles to contract. When these electrical currents passing through the heart become disorganized and rapid they cause the heart muscles to beat faster leading to atrial fibrillation... History, Clinical Signs and Symptoms of Atrial Fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation (AF) is a medical term that refers to an abnormal rhythmic movement of the heart. The term atrial fibrillation as the name suggests refers to the quivering or fibrillation of the muscles in the upper two chambers or atria of the heart. The human heart pumps blood to the body at a regular rhythm of 60...
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Strategic managment
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...beat the competition among its fierce rivals, they need to adopt various techniques that will keep them above other competitors in the market. S&M appeared to understand this since they adopted ways that kept them ahead of other leaders in the market (Marsh, 1998). Their competitive advantage will be maintained since they have incorporated technology into their dealings, and this is a significant tool of beating the competition. The core competence that the firm possesses is that they are ready for change. It is capable to leveraging them further because the firm was aware that their old ways of coming up with a finished market... Strategic Management Strategic Management For a company to be able to beat ...
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Marketing Plan
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...Beat Broadcasting Network realized... ?The biTV marketing plan Introduction Technology is fast changing and many industries are changing with it. The media industry is also moving from the cable based television to the satellite television and internet television. Though there are many advantages of moving to the satellite television cable based television is still essential to many who cannot afford to buy the necessary equipment I order to receive the satellite television signals. Cable television has been in existence for quite a long time and many people are comfortable with its pricing and ease of access. Satellite television has premium charges and many people cannot afford its charges. The Beat...
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Response paper for Snow Falling in Spring by Moying Li
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...beat his teachers and arrest his father. Such emotional developments have devastating effects on the young target audience who... Response paper for Snow Falling in Spring by Moying Li Despite the fact that the book is engaging to adult readers given the complexity of the conflicts and hematic issues it discusses, the author uses yet a set of literary techniques and devices that ensure that the book appeals to young adults. Key among the feature of the book that makes it appropriate for young adults is the narrative structure the author uses. The narration follows the life of the young Moying as she comes of age. As such, the author narrates begins the story from the character’s point of view. At the...
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Dysrhythmia Research Paper
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...beat of the heart. Ordinarily it manifests in slow heart beat, skipping a heart beat or sudden changes in heart beat. The common types of dysrhythmia include: Bradycardia... ? Dysrhythmia Physiology of cardiac functioning The circulatory system consists of the heart and the blood vessel. The function is to transport oxygen and nutrients to body cells and carry away metabolic byproducts. The cardiac functioning refers to the circulatory system operation. The heart is the nerve centre of the circulatory system. It is from the heart that pressure emanates pumping blood all over the tissues of the body. The heart consists of the upper chamber, a pair called the left and right atrium, and the lower chamber, a ...
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A Supermarket in California
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...Beat poets. In addition to constructing poetry, Ginsberg’s would prominently influence Beat writers such as Jack Kerouac and Diana DiPrima. While Whitman’s work spans a wide array of texts, undoubtedly his most celebrated is the 1956 collection of poetry Howl and Other Poems. While the titular poem Howl is perhaps the most critically celebrated from this collection, many of the cursory works have gained significant acclaim. One of these poems is Ginsberg’s work ‘A Supermarket in California’. This poem has gained great acclaim for its subtle critique of mainstream American culture. This essay examines... ?A Supermarket in California Today Allen Ginsberg is regarded as one of the 20th century’s seminal...
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Use of metaphor in poetry
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...Beat! Beat! Drums! The writer employs metaphor in the first line "Beat! Beat! Drum" to indicate an approaching and urgent circumstance of doom such as war... 299025 College: Use of Metaphor in poetry Dylan Thomas' 'do not go gentle into that good night' is apoem that was dedicated to his father, who was by that time growing weak and failing with the old age. In this poem, the writer tries to encourage his father to keep on fighting imminent death that was knocking on the door. The writer has employed metaphor in a number of lines in the poem. The use of the words "Good night" is a metaphor as well as "Dying of the light". They are used symbolically to mean "the coming of death" (Grimes). In the poem, Be...
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English literature
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...beat her white employer, saying that he would never beat a woman. Further in the story, Mr. Johnson encounters a white girl working at a coffee shop who refuses to serve him just because he is black; it could be solely Mr. Johnson’s thinking that made him to think that every white person hates the black person. However, he resists his anger with his heart pounding to beat her but somehow; he learns to control his... Like a Winding Sheet by Ann Petry The short story Like a Winding Sheet is written by Anne Petry. The story revolves around the prejudice faced by the African American during 1945, a time when men were engaged in war and the women were engaged in the production of weapons needed during war. ...
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Music
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...beat was steadily and evenly maintained. The slow movement in the Allegro Vivace assai in the piece... Fry Street Quartet October, 31, USU Performance Hall Fry Street Quartet with Roger Chase Sound is automatically created when an object vibrates but music is differentiated from other sounds mainly by its salient characteristics absent in other sounds. The performance hall was big enough to accommodate any size of a group with the immediate surroundings and internal landscaping depicting the beauty of music. It was full of ambience and a characteristic cheer with the majority of the attendants in their early twenties. The audience was highly alert, fixed in groups as it cheerfully waited for their...
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CPR
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...beat has stopped. This may occur due to several reasons including but not limited to prolonged choking, electrocution, drowning or a heart attack. When a person’s heart stops beating, different organs fail to receive their adequate supply of blood and hence oxygen and rapid damage can take place. The greatest damage is to the brain which can ultimately cause death. Therefore it is important for the person to receive CPR as a means of an alternate to natural heart beat or breathing. Essentially CPR means to breathe... CPR CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It is a valuable technique that may prove to be life-saving in many situations. CPR is done in cases where a person’s breathing or heart...
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Article about increase of heart rate after doing pushups
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...beat. This will lead to an increase in number of calories burned during the exercise. A person burns more calories depending on his or her weight. The more weight the person has, the more calories he or she will burn. The data table below shows number of pushups done, calories burned, exercise duration and heart rate. Pushups Calories burned Exercise duration Heart rate 1 1 1 Decreased/low heart rate 5 5 10 Constant 100 100 30 Increased/high heart rate Work Cited Harriman, Dan. Do Pushups or Sprinting make your Heart Beat Faster? Anaerobic Training, ed. James, Dryden. June 2011. Print.... Article about increase of heart rate after doing pushups Pushups are strength exercising activities that build...
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Describe and assess the listener's experience of two different composition or two performances of the same composition
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...beats, which are very randomly thought and extraordinarily done. This brings out the element of the musics beauty in random thoughts that the composer uses to show random thoughts can be an important element in song composition. The choices made to the beat of the music, though random, are well thought of and well decidedly used in the two pieces (Vazsonyi, 67). The percussion and the rhyme of the beat can be noticed... Listening to music Introduction Music can be perceived differently, especially when it comes to songs of the same composition. This is seen in the harmony of the music. This is a radical change that an attentive audience can notice and tell the difference between the two performances of...
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Stress and Mobile Phone Ring Tones
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...beat rate per minute plays significant role in integrity to stress level. Recruitment Methodology: This research study "Effect of mobile phone ring tones on stress level" is proposed to follow the quantitative research method. Quantitative research method is often used in psychological research to answer the cause-effect question in the research scope. Quantitative research involves the counting and measuring... Introduction: The human behavior and attitudes are formed by the surrounding impressions like air, noise, food and the people. Psychologists have undertaken different experiments on the impact of surroundings on human nature and behavior. Some of the research studies illustrated that the mobile...
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...beat the beat female player. Women, at that time, were demanding equal pay in sport, especially tennis. The world expected match to end the debate for good. The match broadcasted live from the Astrodome... Battle of the Sexes The match between Bobby Riggs and Billie Jean King was a much publicized tennis match played on 20th September in Houston, Texas. Bobby Riggs was a leading tennis player in the 30s and 40s and had challenged the women’s tennis champion, Billie Jean. Having reached the number four ranking at only 18, Bobby Riggs won the Wimbledon and US single titles in subsequent years (Roberts 8). The tennis match was a culmination of an argument that the worst male player could easily beat the...
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